..what is the point ?
I saw a few pictures on instagram (a mobile phone application) and decided to try it myself.
You dont have much space to work with, but here's my first crack at it.
Has anyone else tried it?
..what is the point ?
hope that was in a blind filter otherwise that would be pretty tricky!
I saw one poured in a sink of soapy water, and one poured in to someones cupped bare hands.
Here's my effort from the last time I tried.. Pretty tricky but managed to get a heart happening.
Never cease to amaze me what some people make the time and effort to photoshop.
well yeah this is kind of petty, but I'm calling both of those images fake. The physics and photographic evidence just don't add up. If the OP's want to post a high res. original image off-site and link it here, I'll happily chow down on humble pie :-)
Here's the original one:
I then had another crack at this yesterday:
And just in case you wanted something with a bit more resolution:
Would Sir like a latte served in a group handle with latte art to go with that humble pie? I had a laugh
OK, I admit defeat, I'll get out the cutlery and serve up a generous slice of said pie. I'm actually shocked, I was 100% convinced they were both composite images. My reasons for thinking that in case anyones curious were that at screen resolution the milk has no texture and looks blurrier than the pf and basket, and in both images the lighting doesn't pick up the edge of the liquid, plus the pf's are sitting on a flat surface which should mean that the liquid runs over the edge as the basket would slope down towards the handle. I'm a photographer and like to think I have an eye for detail.
Aaaanyway, glad to be proven wrong. Well done.
There are quite a few portafilters which are designed to sit level on a table.
Thanks for your apology though for suggesting that we'd use a program to make pretend we have skills which we don't.
yep, and I should have noticed yours is a cimbali, which do sit flat. Hey, no worries. As I said, if I was wrong I'm happy to admit it and I was.
It's fun to muck around...
I recall spending an afternoon pulling doubles onto smallish dinner plates and pouring onto them...
I love it!
guess what I'll be trying first thing tomorrow!
That's photoshopped for sure....